House of the Hlahol Choir
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Globe Bookstore & Café
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U Fleků information
A festive warren of drinking and dining rooms, U Fleků is a Prague institution, though usually clogged with tour groups high on oompah music and the tavern’s home-brewed, 13-degree black beer (59Kč for 0.4L), known as Flek. Purists grumble but go along anyway because the beer is good, though tourist prices have nudged out many locals.
Beware the waiter asking if you want to try a Becherovka (Czech liqueur) – it’s not a great accompaniment to beer, and it’ll add 79Kč to the bill.